Dr. Nathan Good is Chief Scientist and Principal of Good Research. Prior to Good Research, Nathan was a Research Scientist at PARC and a member of the Social Technical & Interaction Research group involved in designing networked systems and studying how to create devices and services to be usable and respectful of people’s privacy. Nathan has published extensively on user experience studies, privacy, and security related topics. Prior to PARC, Nathan has worked at HP Labs and Yahoo! Research Berkeley. While at Berkeley, Nathan worked with TRUST and the Samuelson Law & Technology Clinic, participating in the Center for Democracy and Technology’s Anti-Spyware Coalition. Nathan was also a member of the 2007 California Secretary of State Top-to-Bottom Review of Electronic Voting Systems, the United States first ever comprehensive external audit and review of electronic voting systems.
His work on privacy and technology includes studies of RFID, Spyware, and P2P networks. Nathan has testified on his work before the House, Senate and FTC. His studies of user experience and vulnerabilities of networked applications have been featured in the New York Times, CNN and ABC. Nathan has a Phd in Information Science and a MS in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley.
He can be reached at email@example.com.